Xiaomi partners with United Way India to support digital learning for over 4,000 students in Delhi-NCR and Karnataka
Smart device maker Xiaomi announced on Thursday that it has partnered with United Way India to create innovative DIY labs to complete the learning process for more than 4,000 children in 12 government schools and one grant-aided school. by the government located in Karnataka and Delhi-NCR.
Under the collaboration, Xiaomi India aims to develop lasting futuristic skills in children by providing them with access to multiple technologies and allowing them to create new solutions to solve challenges, Xiaomi said in a statement.
These labs will help students better understand digital education, mobile technology and robotics and allow them to have an effective learning experience.
An experiential learning approach known as “learning by doing” will be followed to engage students in the learning process.
According to the statement, these labs will develop computer skills, design thinking, problem solving, physical computing and adaptive learning in students and equip them with the capabilities to deliver advanced solutions to the dynamic ecosystem of this country.
Muralikrishnan B, President of Xiaomi India, said these labs will help children improve their critical and lateral thinking, be creative, solve real problems and fill in gaps with their innovative ideas.
“We are confident that with this partnership, we will be able to transform traditional learning infrastructure and establish a future-ready learning environment,” noted Muralikrishnan.
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